Registration is now open for the annual Greenbuild International Conference and Expo. Greenbuild is presented by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and owned by Informa Exhibitions. Taking place this year in Boston, Mass. at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Greenbuild is the world's largest conference and expo dedicated to green building. An attendance of 25,000 is anticipated from across the green building sector, spanning commercial and residential professionals, architects, building owners and operators, students, advocates and educators.
“Greenbuild offers a forum for the green building community to unite, change lives, revolutionize business and address pressing issues in the built environment,” said Kate Hurst, SVP of Conference & Events, U.S. Green Building Council. “Important topics covered through this year’s line up include air quality, human health, energy and water use, indoor environmental quality, human health, land development, materials selection and reducing CO2 emissions, to name a few.”
Greenbuild Boston will feature:
- Inspiring keynote speakers
- Opening plenary
- Greenbuild Celebration
- Master series
- LEED workshops
- A packed exhibit hall with groundbreaking green building products and services
- Local green building tours
- 150+ educational sessions for all of your credentialing maintenance needs
- USGBC Leadership Awards
- The Women in Green Power Breakfast
- USGBC Leadership Luncheon
Greenbuild will also hold three separate summits including the Communities & Affordable Homes Summit, Waterbuild – the water summit at Greenbuild, and the popular International Summit. Greenbuild will feature sessions on LEED, GRESB, Parksmart, PEER, SITES, WELL, Zero Waste and Investor Confidence Project.
Greenbuild has become the go-to place for the green building industry to convene, and it is where the future of the green building movement is shaped. The ideas and passions of the green building community come alive each year at Greenbuild. It’s where inspiration happens, business relationships are cultivated, innovation is recognized and celebrated and where people from around the globe come to reconnect and remind each other why they do what they do – and why they work hard every day to better the built environment.
For more information on Greenbuild 2017 and to register, visit http://greenbuild.usgbc.org, follow @Greenbuild on Twitter and tweet hashtag #Greenbuild to join the conversation.
Program offerings are now live for Greenbuild India and Greenbuild China, two new shows that were added this year to serve as a platform for green building knowledge and shared expertise across continents—while scaling the breadth and reach of global market transformation for the built environment. For information on Greenbuild India and Greenbuild China visit: http://greenbuild.usgbc.org.